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Im Herbst führt Nikolay Sedov als Major der `Roten Armee' eine Gruppe von Soldaten hinter die feindlichen Linien, um Informationen über `Werwolf' zu beschaffen, Adolf Hitlers neues Hauptquartier in der von den Nazis besetzten Ukraine. Erst. norddesign2010.se - Kaufen Sie Spezialeinheit Werwolf günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer. in der Ukraine, nahe Winniza: In den Wäldern wird das Führerhauptquartier 'Werwolf' für den Russlandfeldzug gebaut. Als die Ankunft von Adolf Hitler. Spezialeinheit Werwolf ein Film von Evgen Mitrofanov mit Vladimir Litvinov, Boris Galkin. Inhaltsangabe: Im Herbst führt Nikolay Sedov (Vladimir Litvinov). Ich koennte aus "Spezialeinheit Werwolf" einige Sekunden Clips extrahieren, um diese dann mit lustigen Titeln, wie z.B. "Funny Nazi Humilation" zu versehen.
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Back to top. Get to Know Us. Amazon Payment Products. English Choose a language for shopping. Attempts were made to bury explosives, ammunition and weapons around the country mainly in the pre German—Polish border region to be used by Werwolf in resistance fighting after the defeat of Germany, but not only were the quantities of material to be buried very low, by that point the movement itself was so disorganised that few actual members or leaders knew where the materials were.
A large portion of these "depots" were found by the Russians, and little of the material was actually used by Werwolf. The tactics available to the organisation included sniping attacks, arson , sabotage , and assassination.
Training was to cover such topics as the production of home-made explosives, manufacturing detonators from everyday articles such as pencils and "a can of soup", and every member was to be trained in how to jump into a guard tower and strangle a sentry in one swift movement, using only a metre of string.
In the early months of , SS Obersturmbannführer Otto Skorzeny was involved in training recruits for the Werwolfs, but he soon discovered that the number of Werwolf cells had been greatly exaggerated and that they would be ineffective as a fighting force.
Knowing, like many other Nazi leaders, that the war was lost, he decided that the Werwolfs would instead be used as part of a Nazi "underground railroad," facilitating travel along escape routes called " ratlines " that allowed thousands of SS officers and other Nazis to flee Germany after the fall of the Third Reich.
The group was captured while hiding in a tunnel network which contained communications equipment, weapons, explosives and several months' food supplies.
Two vehicles were hidden in the forest nearby. Documents discovered in the tunnels listed US military commanders as targets for assassination, including General Dwight D.
On 16 September , it was relocated to the town of Thürenberg, Czechoslovakia. On 1 April , the school was moved to Schönsee and a subterranean base was constructed.
The students were instructed to "stay behind, evade capture, and then harass and destroy supply lines of United States troops Special emphasis was put on gasoline and oil supplies.
Operations were to begin three or four weeks after being overrun by US troops. The plan was for each unit to receive designated targets from the headquarters.
Bands of from 10 to 20 men were then to be sent out to destroy the target and to return immediately to their unit.
No targets were to be located nearer than fifteen kilometers to the unit. Secrecy and camouflage were relied upon for security and all personnel had strict orders to conceal themselves if US troops came into their area and under no circumstances to open fire in the bivouac area.
No routes of escape had been planned. Members of the unit usually wore the Wehrmacht uniform, but a few members disguised themselves as foresters and were used as outposts to report any approaching danger.
Their ordnance supplies consisted of mortars, machine guns, sub-machine guns, rifles, and various types of side arms. Each man was issued a Liliput pistol which could be very easily concealed on the person.
The ammunition supply for each type weapon was ample for four months of ordinary operations. The unit had one civilian type sedan and one Wehrmacht motorcycle which were well hidden in the woods, and horses which were dispersed on farms throughout the vicinity.
Food consisting of canned meat, biscuits, crackers, chocolate, and canned vegetables was sufficient for over four months.
Additional food supplies such as bread, potatoes, fresh vegetables, and smoked sausages were obtained from local sources.
The unit was supplied with water by a brook passing through the area. Dugouts were constructed in such a manner as not to destroy the live trees around them.
The dugouts were located on the slope of a hill which was densely covered with fir trees The entrance to the dugout was a hole approximately 24 inches in diameter and four to five feet deep.
Approximately two feet down, this hole extended horizontally to a length of eight to ten feet. The dugout has a capacity of three men and has a wooden floor and a drainage ditch.
Walls and roof are reinforced with lumber. Grimes of the 97th Infantry Division captured about two hundred Gestapo officers and men in hiding near Hof, Bavaria.
They were in possession of American army uniforms and equipment but had decided to surrender. Schwartzwalder believed that the Werwolf never constituted a threat to Allied personnel:.
By that time the Wehrmacht had taken all but the halt and the lame, and the Volkssturm had taken most of the rest.
Nevertheless an organization had been started using the younger boys but it had not progressed to accumulating either weapons or supplies before the entry of the Allied troops The only remaining fraction of the Werwolf that was of any importance was a residue of veterans of the last war who were physically ineligible for service in this one and who had weapons concealed here and there.
These were not too hard to dispose of. After it became clear, by March , that the remaining German forces had no chance of stopping the Allied advance, Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels seized upon the idea of Werwolf, and began to foster the notion, primarily through radio broadcasts, that Werwolf was a clandestine guerrilla organization comprising irregular German partisans , similar to the many insurgency groups which the Germans had encountered in the nations they occupied during the war.
Despite such propaganda, however, this was never the actual nature of Werwolf, which in reality was always intended to be a commando unit comprising uniformed troops.
Another popular myth about Werwolf is that it was intended to continue fighting underground even after the surrender of the Nazi government and the German military.
No officially recognized effort was ever made by the Nazi leadership to develop an insurgency to continue fighting in the event of defeat, in no small measure because Adolf Hitler , as well as other Nazi leaders, regarded anyone who even discussed the possibility as defeatists and traitors.
As a result, no contingency plans to deal with defeat were ever authorized in the official, public record. However, as a result of Goebbels' efforts, Werwolf had, and in many cases continues to have, a mythological reputation as having been an underground Nazi resistance movement, with some even claiming that Werwolf attacks continued for months, or even years, after the end of the war—-in particular, sources cited by West Coast radio broadcaster Dave Emory , for instance in this archived program on audio , following a brief first segment.
Its perceived influence went far beyond its actual operations, especially after the dissolution of the Nazi regime. Historians Antony Beevor and Earl F.
Ziemke have argued that Werwolf never amounted to a serious threat, and furthermore propose that the plan barely existed.
German historian Golo Mann , in his The History of Germany Since also states that "The [Germans'] readiness to work with the victors, to carry out their orders, to accept their advice and their help was genuine; of the resistance which the Allies had expected in the way of 'werwolf' units and nocturnal guerrilla activities, there was no sign.
Perry Biddiscombe has offered a somewhat different view. In his books Werwolf! However, he characterizes German post-surrender resistance as "minor",  and calls the post-war Werwolfs "desperadoes"  and "fanatics living in forest huts".
Army intelligence reports that characterized Nazi partisans as "nomad bands"  and judged them as less serious threats than attacks by foreign slave laborers  and considered their sabotage and subversive activities to be insignificant.
Biddiscombe also says that Werwolf violence failed to mobilize a spirit of popular national resistance, that the group was poorly led, armed, and organized, and that it was doomed to failure given the war-weariness of the populace and the hesitancy of young Germans to sacrifice themselves on the funeral pyre of the former Nazi regime.
He concludes that the only significant achievement of the Werwolfs was to spark distrust of the German populace in the Allies as they occupied Germany, which caused them in some cases to act more repressively than they might have done otherwise, which in turn fostered resentments that helped to enable far right ideas to survive in Germany, at least in pockets, into the post-war era.
Nevertheless, says Biddiscombe, "The Werewolves were no bit players";  they caused tens of millions of dollars of property damage at a time when the European economies were in an already desperate state, and they were responsible for the killing of thousands of people.
According to Biddiscombe "the threat of Nazi partisan warfare had a generally unhealthy effect on broad issues of policy among the occupying powers.
As well, it prompted the development of draconian reprisal measures that resulted in the destruction of much German property and the deaths of thousands of civilians and soldiers".
The German resistance movement was successfully suppressed in In the Soviet occupation zone , thousands of youths were arrested as "Werwolves".
The report, though referring to incidents where Soviet units came under fire from the woods,  asserts that most of the arrested had not been involved in any action against the Soviets, which Serov explained with interrogation results allegedly showing that the boys had been "waiting" for the right moment and in the meantime focused on attracting new members.
Eisenhower believed he would be faced with extensive guerrilla warfare , based on the Alpine Redoubt. Eisenhower had previously also requested that the occupation directive JCS not make him responsible for maintaining living conditions in Germany under the expected circumstances; " If conditions in Germany turn out as described, it will be utterly impossible effectively to control or save the economic structure of the country In April Churchill announced that the Allies would incarcerate all captured German officers for as long as a guerrilla threat existed.
Prior to the occupation SHAEF investigated the reprisal techniques the Germans had used in order to maintain control over occupied territories since they felt the Germans had had good success.
Baillie Grohman for example stated that killing hostages was "not in accordance with our usual methods". From onward, Allied intelligence officials noted resistance activities by an organisation which had appropriated the name of the anti-Nazi resistance group, the Edelweiss Piraten Edelweiss Pirates.
The group was reported to be composed mainly of former members and officers of Hitler Youth units, ex-soldiers and drifters, and was described by an intelligence report as "a sentimental, adventurous, and romantically anti-social [movement]".
It was regarded as a more serious menace to order than the Werwolf by US officials. A raid in March captured 80 former German officers who were members, and who possessed a list of persons to be liquidated, including Wilhelm Hoegner , the prime minister of Bavaria.
Further members of the group were seized with caches of ammunition and even anti-tank rockets. In late reports of activities gradually died away.
In Danish police uncovered files in their archives outlining the Danish part of Operation Werwolf under the command of Horst Paul Issel who was caught in Germany in before being handed over to Denmark.
Rice, postwar Germany was nothing like Iraq"  in which he took Rice and Rumsfeld to task for mentioning Werwolf, writing that the reality of postwar Germany bore no resemblance to the occupation of Iraq, and made reference to Antony Beevor 's Berlin: The Downfall and the US Army's official history, The U.
Army in the Occupation of Germany — ,  where the Werwolf were only mentioned twice in passing. The alternate history novel The Man with the Iron Heart by American author Harry Turtledove depicts a Werwolf operation under the successful command of Reinhard Heydrich in this scenario he's survived the attempt on his life by British-trained Czech Commandos.
With the aid of a strong peace movement arising in the US angry at the rising casualties after the war's official end, the US and Britain withdraw occupation troops from Germany, even after Heydrich is killed, leaving it open for a takeover again by the Nazi Party.
Lars von Trier uses the Werwolf-theme as backdrop in his movie Europa. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the mythological shapeshifter, see Werewolf.
For one of Hitler's military headquarters, see Werwolf Wehrmacht headquarters.